Julia Volkova best known for being part of the Russian fake lesbian Russian musical t.A.T.u claims that men who are gay are “unmanly” and in a recent interview told a Russian TV station that she would condemn her son if he were gay, reports U.K. LGBT site PinkNews.
Volkova said she would accept a lesbian daughter, but would reject a gay son.
“I would condemn him, because I believe that a real man must be a real man,” Volkova said, according to a translation posted on the video, which has since been removed from YouTube. “God created man for procreation, it is the nature. The man for me is the support, the strength of… I won’t accept a gay son.”
t.A.T.u. was a Russian music duo was managed by Russian television producer Ivan Shapovalov The group which fronted a fake lesbian persona, although Volkova now claims to be bisexual established their success with their debut single “All the Things She Said“, which gained acclaim from music journalists and critics, who deemed it one of the best singles in early 2000’s.
Doctor Who is bringing back two popular lesbian characters in an upcoming episode. Silurian Reptilian Madame Vastra and her human companion, Jenny who an earlier storyline in Victorian London, were shown as lovers.
Head writer Steven Moffat told SFX he loved Vastra and Jenny and felt they “really cut through as characters, given how little screen time they had.” Joining the couple in the episode, which airs in 2013, is British actress DameDiana Rigg (Emma Peel!) and her daughter Rachael Stirling.
Earlier this year Moffat has had a little whoopsiewhen has accidentally “outed“ the character of River Song on Twitter stating that Captain Jack isn’t the only bisexual in the good Doctor’s cadre of travelling companions.
Also this past June Jennifer Saunders (Edina Monsoon) herself and creator of AbFab and also he upcoming Spice Girls musical, (shudder) returned to Brit television, playing the warden of a women’s prison in the BBC 3 comedy Dead Boss